Q&A: What if the public sector worked more like TripAdvisor?
Lisa Witter, founder of new ideas-sharing platform Apolitical, explains why technology can only provide half the solution for government initiatives of the future.
Policy-making needs to be reimagined for the Fourth Industrial Revolution; legislators and regulators need more agile governance in terms of emerging technologies and the business models that they enable, and policy development that is no longer limited to governments but rather increasingly a multi-stakeholder effort. The Global Future Council on Agile Governance will develop an agile governance toolkit, to enable leaders to put agile governance into practice.
Marietje Schaake, Member of the European Parliament
Lisa Witter, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Apolitical
· Kris Broekaert, C4IR Government Affairs Lead, Kris.Broekaert@weforum.org
· Anne Marie Engtoft Larsen, Knowledge Lead, Fourth Industrial Revolution; Global Leadership Fellow, Kris.Broekaert@weforum.org